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2008-01-24 Electronic contact lenses promise virtual display
Electronic contact lenses, made by depositing circuitry and LEDs on organic plastic, have been demonstrated by researchers at the University of Washington.
2012-12-07 Curved LCD display key to pixelated contact lens
Imec and the Centre of Microsystems Technology have unveiled a spherical curved LCD display which can be embedded to create a fully pixelated contact lens
2014-01-20 Bringing ultra-thin, flexible sensors to the next level
Researchers at ETH are developing electronic components that are thinner and more flexible than before
2013-11-25 Omron looks to enhance blood pressure monitors
According to the company, in order to win the next-generation smart healthcare battle, it is important to develop a technology that can sense, track, accumulate, analyze and send data to doctors.
2015-06-03 Novel carbon mat'l boosts supercapacitor performance
Stanford University researchers created a 'designer carbon' that features exceptional energy-storage capacity, enabling unprecedented performance in lithium-sulfur batteries and supercapacitors.
2014-11-17 Samsung reveals new development projects
Digital health was one of four growth areas in which Samsung rolled out new software developer kits, seeking to build ecosystems around its smartphones and tablets.
2013-05-14 Digital cameras mimic visual prowess of bugs
Researchers from UIUC created digital cameras touting wide-angle fields of view, with low aberrations, high acuity to motion and nearly infinite depth of field similar to those of bees and mantises.
2009-10-14 Analysis: Will Tessera's optics venture pay off?
Realizing the need for new engine for growth Tessera ventured into the imaging and optics market in hopes to replicate its success in DRAM IP.
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